Japanese film with the Golden Palm Award at the Cannes 2018 Festival
In 2018, in the French retreat town of Cannes, the 71st version of the acclaimed celebration occurred. The race was held from 8 to 19 May 2018. The Golden Palm Award for Best Film was granted the Japanese "Shoplifters" of Hirokau Korreda. The jury was led by Australian on-screen character Cate Blanchett. Strangely, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Carina were depicted on the Jean-Luc Godard screenplay of Jean-Pierre. There were 21 films in the dashing project. In the parallel program there were 18 films. At the opening was the film "Everybody Knows". At the conclusion, they indicated "The man who slaughtered Don Quixote." "Everybody Knows" is a thrill ride for Asgar Fahrid. It incorporates Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Ricardo Darin. This was the second Spanish film to open the Cannes Festival after Pedro Almodovar's Poor Education in 2004. Notwithstanding Cate Blanchett, Chang Cheng, Anna Duverney, Robert Gudijiyang, Haja Ninh, Lea Seydou, Kirsten Stewart, Dennis Villeneuff, Andrey Zvyagintsev participated in the amazing jury. "Three Faces" and "Cold War" were among the essential titles in the challenge program. Notwithstanding the Golden Palm for "Jebchi", the "Blackpool" with Grand Prix, "Capernaum" with a prize of the jury were additionally granted. Pavel Pavlikowski got the Best Director Award for "Cold War". The Best Screenplay Award went to Alice Rorvahner, "Upbeat as Lazaro", and Jafar Panahi and Nader Seyvar, "Three Faces". Samal Ismailova was granted the best on-screen character. The best entertainer progressed toward becoming Marcello Fonte. Exceptional Gold Palm got Jean-Luc Godard. At the Cannes 2018 Festival there was a call for sexual orientation disparity, which united numerous preferences on the web. Caspar Noah said on his "Peak" show that he should enjoy a long reprieve and reexamine his profession. The group of spectators saw Lee Chang's film on Haruki Murakami's book and it was a standout amongst the most noteworthy encounters. The Cannes Festival was propelled in the post-war 1946. As of now in 1939 there was a release, however it corresponded with the start of the Second World War and the celebration had no occasions for quite a while. The 40 releases are in May. It is interested that Ginka Stancheva showed up in a prevalent outfit on one of the versions to exhibit her own film about Elin Pelin's work. The Direction motion picture has hit Special Look for 2017.